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First year business administration major, Ismael Rodriguez, smiles deeply as he
impresses himself with his finger plucked mexican guitar at the Dia de los Muertos night at the
Kaku-Ixt Mana Ina Haws Nov. 2. Rodriguez has played some guitar before this
event, but was very nervous to play for so many people.

Oregon State University celebrates Día de los Muertos

Jorge Nader, News Contributor
November 11, 2022

Día de los Muertos is a tradition of Latin-American origin celebrated on November 1 and 2 in countries such as Mexico, Bolivia, Perú and Guatemala among others. This year Kaku-Ixt Mana Ina Haws and...

This illustration depicts an ofrenda decorated for Día de Los Muertos, complete with photos, offerings and traditional marigolds. In Mexico, marigolds symbolize the power of the sun and are believed to bring souls back to this plane.

Día de los Muertos holiday is ‘rooted in Indigenous celebrations of life’

Kimberly Clairmont, News Contributor
November 1, 2021

Oregon State University faculty members provide insight into the historical roots, misconceptions and cultural significance surrounding the upcoming holiday, Día de los Muertos. Nov. 1 and 2 are recognized...

OSU celebrated Day of the Dead

Nolan Bauermeister Multimedia Contributor
November 4, 2016

OSU students gathered on Wednesday to celebrate the holiday of Day of The Dead on campus.The evening observance of the holiday took place at Native American Longhouse. Festivities included food, face painting,...

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